“Self Empowerment for Women – I and II” is a two phase program, encouraging women to look at ways in which life experiences influence their lives and their thinking. They will be able to recognize destructive thinking and patterns of interaction and replace them with positive thoughts and productive behaviors. This program uses the whole person model, which focuses on five components of personal health; physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and volitional potentials. They will be encouraged to explore, rebuild and expand these potentials within themselves, to increase their sense of personal power and the power to make positive, constructive choices in their own lives. Childcare is available for women participating in the morning session of this program.
“New Perspectives for Men” is a program for men who have difficulty with behavioural management in relationships. This program will look at ingrained attitudes and the positive results of practicing a violence-free lifestyle based on respect, consideration, responsibility, and equality in relationships.
“Insights” is a support group for the partners of the men attending the “New Perspectives for Men” Program. The program will help the women to understand the content of the men’s program and to learn healthy ways of relating in relationships as well as, providing a safety network.
“New Directions for Youth” program provides information about basic life skills, violence, anger and abusive behaviours. This program will assist adolescents aged 13-15 to examine their attitudes and behaviours. The program will encourage participants to make positive healthy changes to help them live a healthy lifestyle.
“Go Grrrls” is a 10 week program for girls aged 12-14 years. The program has a strong emphasis of self empowerment, but also covers a wide range of topics relevant to today’s teen girls.
“Building Trust Making Friends” is a 10 week program for children aged 6-10 years. This group model helps children learn how to become aware of feelings, how to build self esteem and how to acquire appropriate interactive skills as healthy individuals.
For more information, or to register for upcoming programs, please call (780) 875-0966 or email the Program Coordinator at email@example.com.
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